Seven earn best poster honors at inaugural MMRI Symposium

More than 50 students took part in the first MMRI Symposium poster presentation session, held Nov. 9 at NCRC.
Seven earn best poster honors at inaugural MMRI Symposium

Catherine Haslam (left) and Geordie Lindemann (right) present their winning posters during the inaugural MMRI Symposium on Nov. 9.

With more than 50 poster entries at the first annual MMRI Symposium on Nov. 9, it was a tight competition, but judges ultimately selected the following winners:

1st Place
Catherine Haslam (Sakamoto) - "The effect of aspect ratio on the mechanical behavior of Li metal in solid-state cells"
Aditya Sundar (Qi/Chandran, ME) - "Screening the mechanical properties of multicomponent BCC refractories"
Megan Trombley (Allison) - "Size Effect on the Ultrasonic Fatigue Behavior of Laser Powder Bed Fusion 316L"


2nd Place
Rajani Bhat (Kuroda Lab, School of Dentistry) - "Role of Peptide-Mimetic Anionic groups in Amphiphilic Copolymers"
Ming-Hsun Lee (Peterson) - "Ex situ Doping on AlxGa2-xO3 with Si-ion Implantation and the Demonstration of Ohmic Contacts Formation"
Geordie Lindemann (Shahani) - "Microstructural stability of a three-phase eutectic examined via 4D X-ray nano-tomography"
Anshul Singhal (Taub) - "Improved extraction of natural fibers for polymer composite applications"

"In my view, the winning posters conveyed a depth of understanding of a materials challenge; they were also particularly successful in advancing new research towards a plausible solution," commented Symposium organizer Ashwin Shahani.

CONGRATULATIONS to all the winners!

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